WWE Plans To “Friday Night SmackDown” Superstar Moving to On Monday Night. The next WWE Superstar Shake-Up is not expected to happen after WrestleMania 36, but plans to move artists to other brands have already taken action. According to Sportskeeda’s Tom Colohue, WWE plans to move Miz to Raw on Monday Night, at the request of the show’s network.
“Some early whispers are coming for the Shake-up scheduled in April. Now, there are several people constantly moving back and forth, and Miz is something I’ve heard a lot, but it’s always been mentioned. The Miz and Mrs are in the US and they have a preference for that because someone who is capable of role play is someone they think and they can use in the US. ”
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There has been no significant pressure on Miz at SmackDown on Friday Night since joining the list earlier this year. However, following the return of the last heel and the return of John Morrison, an interesting role can be given to the progress of the blue brand. Last year’s most remarkable story, Fi The Fiend, gör saw him oppose Bray Wyatt, but as a loser he got out of the competition and was used as a placeholder until Daniel Bryan returned.
Miz moved back and forth between brands in various WWE sketches, but it makes sense to have him at Raw on Monday Night. The reality show was Miz and Mrs., a hit for ABC, and the network will be willing to see her as a face of brands. What’s more, scene change is always a great way to give superstars a renewed focus, and Miz is a superstar who can play the show when there’s a story where he can sink his teeth.
Monday Night Raw also tends to be the company’s soap opera brand, and Miz’s talent in the microphone makes it the ideal candidate for such stories. The brand can also use more stellar power, thinking that Universal Champion Brock Lesnar is not full time.
It’s not yet clear what WWE’s draft plans will be when the time comes, but they’re moving from other superstars to another place. Sami Zayn, Samoa Joe and Shinsuke Nakamura are linked to a move to NXT, which shows that the black and gold brand will be included in the next Superstar Shake-Up.